Office: 01803 866201
Tree Surgeons AJ Paine & Sons are pleased to be able to offer a 24 hour emergency call out service in case the unexpected happens.
If your are faced with an emergency situation please call:
Call Danny: 07752253561
Call Aaron: 07793533628
Call Office: 01803 866201
Not such a GOOD FRIDAY for our customer here on this emergency job as this large oak tree uprooted earlier in the week crushing the family car!
Well what a fantastic few days complete reducing this mature holm oak after a comprehensive tree report was carried out.
There was ganoderma present at the base and also a lot of previous hefty tear outs around the crown, leading to our specifications for an overall crown reduction.
Due to the access to the tree, phone lines present, the size of limbs coming off in places and general awkwardness of the job we decided to hire in a very specialist piece of equipment for this job.
A day of fighting through stone and shillet whilst grinding this large bay coppice stool in Dittisham, South Hams .
Here’s the boys working in our hometown of Totnes.
Our customer had renovated a cosy shepherds hut underneath some large pine limbs so called us in for some advice after some limbs had torn out in bad weather conditions.
We started off this morning stump grinding in Dartington near Totnes .
This old chestnut stump was left under a mountain of stone and slate and the customer decided they wanted to landscape/ re-plant something in instead .
On days like today it’s always great to get home to an email like this from a great customer for works we recently carried out
Carrying out works to your trees is just one part of our job , the way we leave your property/garden is what you will see after, and probably remember
This fair sized copper beech tree located in Torquay had been surveyedcondemned after years of dealing with honey fungus.
It was deemed unsafe to be left any longer so we got to work in 50+ mph winds even after the customer had politely emailed to say she thought the weather was a bit crazy for “working at height”
The tree had to be lowered down minding out for the young trees that would replace this beech but also to prevent any large timber finding its way down to the main road to
A good job complete in testing conditionsit was back to HQ to dry the kit out for the next challenge